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this is deja news live from berlin germany lawmakers approved unprecedented release packer's to shield the country's economy from the growth of virus pandemic the legislation is aimed at supporting health care in propping up businesses it's also a paradigm shift for germany rolling back historic restrictions on taking new debts also coming up sick patients packed hospital hallways in matric test frames outbreak worsens the country now has more deaths than china and in the capital so many people are dying that officials have been forced to use an ice rink as
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a morgue. and the gunmen who attacked the new zealand guilty it was a little over a year 51 people in christ church. i merely phenomenon welcome on wednesday the bonus track approved a sweeping rescue package to question the economic blow from coronavirus it's designed to support health care infrastructure in russia billions of euros in may to businesses that are struggling and in a historic move lawmakers voted to scrap rules limiting how much money the country can borrow. parliament in crisis mode the bundestag has changed its rules to allow decisions to be taken with fewer members present the normal those who were there sat at a safe distance from each other as parliamentary president volved. called on deputies
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to show support for the key workers who are helping to keep the country going to try and get. food express thanks in respect to the doctor's care workers and those in the health and security or thora tis who are being tested to their limits every day. if you want and you think we all agree we should include in our banks those who day after day and in spite of the greater risk of infection they face ensure that people have the supplies they need. in just one day the blue star because green lighted government plans to take on more debt this year than ever before the crisis package includes an emergency budget of 156000000000 euros 50000000000 to keep small businesses of bloat and money for hospitals expecting a wave of coronavirus patients. finance minister all our short standing in for
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chancellor merkel is at home insult by solution acknowledge these are jug and take some pics but he said the country can afford it germany's strict rules on government borrowing are suspended for now yeah believe that we're facing a crisis unprecedented in our post-war history is this greater than all those we have faced recently time and it's a challenge to humankind as a whole. for the gunson mention it. there's no script for dealing with the pandemic said childes but the government will do everything to reduce its impact on the economy is good for them so they listen it's on the 1st we have to ensure that there's a good health care provision for people who are sick from the coronavirus and ensure those treating them are protected by 2nd we must protect the livelihoods of people affected by the crisis thirdly we missed stabilize our economy and preserve jobs of its but. despite the unparalleled measures when it came to the vote of
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position parties rallied behind the government's plan but no one inside the bundestag swear could yet be sure if it will work. new figures compiled by johns hopkins university show a sharp jump in deaths from the corona virus in germany 206 people are no known to have died a jump of almost 30 percent on the previous day so far germany's mortality rate has been no but medical experts warn the country's outbreak is still at an early states spain has seen another search from the pandemic with more than 3400 covert 19 deaths spain is now 2nd only to italy worldwide its spain's deputy prime minister has also has a positive for the virus and hospitals in the country are struggling to cope. madrid's a better old shore hospital is overwhelmed patients filling the hallways struggling to breathe waiting for the privilege of oxygen.
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for many here the shortage of ventilators and medical staff could prove to be deadly for a shocking number that already has spain's death toll from cope with 1000 has now surpassed china's. ok don't i don't want to get involved in politics because that's not the time when i hear on t.v. that there are situations let areal and then my colleagues this morning complain that there is not sufficient material i can't believe it when the government's crosses committee comes out to say we have everything it's not true. so many have died this week at madrid's morgues are also overwhelmed this ice skating rink will take in the overflow keeping bodies out of the sun as the country prays for a reprieve. other provisional facilities are popping up around spain and
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barcelona in the military has erected a temporary homeless shelter for up to a 1000 homeless people will be able to isolate unhygenic conditions. struggling to cope the government will extend the state of emergency until mid april. police are tightening controls to enforce the countrywide lock down. anyone without a permit to be out will be fine police say they've handed out over $80000.00 fines since the rule went into effect 10 days ago. many spaniards welcome the strict control on movement. people are not respecting confined and measures people are irresponsible in that a lot of us have to go to work this is the 2nd control of pasta and i think it's great. with over 400000000 euros of medical equipment on order from china spain is looking to see if its efforts will start to stifle the spread of the
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virus. russia's president vladimir putin has postponed a nationwide vote on constitutional changes aimed at extending his time in office in his 1st televised speech since a covert 19 coronavirus outbreak put in sept the delay was due to the worsening situation official figures suggest russia has so far avoided large numbers of infections but those figures have risen. some days now here's some more of the latest developments in the corona virus pandemic the global death toll from covert 19 related illnesses has now passed $21.00 cells and 3 months after the outbreak began francis pulling its military out of iraq and suspending its antiterrorism training mission there as french forces are called to fight the coronavirus at home france says almost 26000 confirmed cases turkish president says he believes his country will slow the rate of transmission within $2.00 to $3.00 weeks. said quote
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we have preparations for every scenario. to other news and the man accused of attacking 2 lost in new zealand last year has pleaded guilty in australian white supremacist opened fire on worshippers in the city of christ church killing 51 people and was the country's worst shooting in modern history and is considered an act of terrorism. for more i'm joined now by journalist teac mccann keep mckenzie in reading. this came from think the unexpected it previously denied all charges why guilty now. you're absolutely right and so now the terrorists will traffickers so it's unclear don't want to and that's changing but and to study the ins and to his lawyers that you want to change his plea from going to going to and when stated that was communicated only can force and study of sufficient
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character be cold and he'd been convicted it was a rapid test around for a case that is gripping and. it saves the country and the victims from the interview with a high profile trial and but which was expected to last up to 6 weeks but it's still a lot of motivation dollars. so what happens next. there's a hearing scheduled for the 1st of may for the court to decide what happens next that will be a hearing to schedule a secret sin city there because of the interior it's pretty sure the courts are on there and the restrictions are rising and as a result because it meant to give it it's unclear when that sentencing retype lives but when it does happen that a terrorist faces a very significant imprisonment the last mess using the museum's ministry rose in 2003 and that was the killing of 3 people in the serious and very of a full on william bell and s. in that case the conviction is that indians they use that. obviously in this case
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is exponentially pressure and some are likely to see even more so. symptoms in the skies. he mentioned. tax shop and the whole world how are people in your country of reacting to these news now. that it's come to a lot of ramadi and the country as a whole of the victims in particular a celebration i won't maybe. know the da shit and so i didn't stray it's a sort of person for the most of us i say if you can to very very low the victim's screams all is said i think the victims will be you a huge way to make shelves and if i missed it so you're out being bold around the world for a response to the crisis and say that it because it's somewhat me to the many people whose lives were shattered. it isn't getting any better comments and so syncing takes place but despite the it was very positive reactions to me there's
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also a lot of outrage over how this news has been covered local media have increasingly been using the terrorists' names at it and never to cover breaking it nor the terrorists not in malls and used in terms of patrols and shouted at and speak with them and so it's yet to be seeing how that issue how new zealand it's going to do you because from the station as the terrorists influencing day fortunes as with all . good mackenzie in bellingham. lots. now to some of the other stories making news around the world a retired f.b.i. agent who asked been missing in iran since 2007 has died in iranian custody according to his family up 11 singer vanished while reported a working as a private investigator iran has long denied knowing his whereabouts and details office desk remains on clay. because it was government has collapsed over its response to the coronavirus pandemic the prime minister lost
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a confidence vote just 7 weeks after taking power the move could take the country to early elections. new figures show sales of toilet paper in germany have more than tripled since the start of the coronavirus crisis some supermarkets have been limiting the number of rolls customers can buy in recent weeks after panic buying cleared shelves the german statistics agency also says so persons's have quadrupled and prices up to hundreds. what is the pandemic doing to the world's use a recent study from china has found out while most children tend to develop only mild symptoms a small number including babies can become seriously ill and our next report a father in shanghai shares his way of keeping his baby safe. some would call him eccentric but 30 year old show shinji would probably just refer to himself as a concerned parent. worried about the health of his infant son. if
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you're going harvey's our design and innovation because of the corona epidemic i spent one month making this baby safety part for my kids. babies are unlikely to suffer serious symptoms from the corona virus but the long term effects of an infection are still unknown. child wants to create a completely isolated space for his son. he says is politics friend and filters can also keep baby safe from small good and high levels of carbon dioxide in the air. child build the pod from a carry case for a can't and it features a sealed cabin. he was inspired by something he soared in action videogame called death stranding. his wife says she's happy with the design.
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at the moment he is too small so he can't wear a mask and the mass can affect he's breathing so it's dangerous i think the baby part he has made is pretty safe. and the baby polar to may soon be in mass production after unveiling his design online chang has received dozens of offers it seems this piece of science fine could soon actually be reality. tennis superstar roger federer has donated 1000000 swiss francs or nearly 940000 euros to combat the coronavirus joining the long list of notable assamese who have already donated across the globe federer's donation will help the most vulnerable families in his native switzerland on social media the tennis star said these are challenging times for everyone and nobody should be left behind federer and his wife make the offering and the couple hopes others might join in making donations. this
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